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THE ENCAMPMENT IN JUNE AS
GOOD A8 ASSURED.
Memphis Will Entsrtaln the Boys at
Montgomery Parle Another Inter
esting Story of Amendment -to
Military mutter, arc likrly tn roivivc nn
I it 1 1 in. when tin- pnynini for tin? gIMki
military c ik anipincnt nt Montpmicry 1'iirk,
June 14 to 'J iiu-liisivr.. In fully (UfsSatd.
Nashville 111. yielded irrnri'fiilly to the plan
of having it li' ro, anil nil tluit in Mtdtd "ill
be rolling the HMMA fund, lo enlrrtnin
tho i:. ill.: nt soldier lmy. I nrrenpoiiYi nee
with rvferenre lo rrdiici'd triiiissirtatiiiii 1.
now )Hiid.iiK with It'iiding railway com
jinnhs, and satit-fiu tury terms arc assuival.
What with mciiiir in April and u military
encsuipnicnt in June, the sfHSf and sum
mer promi to he gay.
Thi in -till tin lit ii a 1 1 a ud mot - In rptosl
tactic th . Mth iinliritiv potll ol stall olll
rrrs on drcn ar.ule, hii of general ntafl in
ktrcel intrude, instruct!. n to color hearern,
and other aluahlv hiuta for rdiK'inhrance
on dre-- pjr.i'lr.
r.i of Htall IlltWrs at Ircs Puradc-'-In
the l.irtniitiou of a liatlaliuii for par, lc tho
oh, m l taki hi. pi ici in front, nnsi i .illl
p . I hy the regimental Mall. The latter
Uk postttoM on the rlglil of the Adjutant
(wIiom place i a. .t.s'illesl In the itccoml
p :.ik.riph of imp- l.l. Infantry Tactic. i,
pi. icing tin lutx-itc a cording to rank at one
yard iisirt, and one yard In mi Dm Adjutant;
the nnn-cotnml.tloneil itaflf take nmi. as
explained in the second clause from the last.
p .1 , ;. ipll ,
"Thee position, an- taken a. the hattallon
l forineif. At the the command: 'lli-ar
op. ii onler. march,' the stnfT olllcer. .U p
f"ri.rd and die-, upon the l.n- j.f coniany
nltlc. r; the nou omnii.-'oiicd .taff the
fceiwaiit major on the riirlit form in s slinl
lar manner on the hit of the battalion.
lreiug on the fr.uit rank.
"At the command: T ur.do is dL misw-d,'
ill".' - nn lu .ins iIuh'iiI the .talf. ilose
III to tie i . nli r. a. explained on surr ,'vVl.
"In doing Ihi. the li l'l olticrr, after re
turning .word, face towanl th hnllalinn,
inarch until on tie line of company olllcer.,
fall to the center and clov in Willi the other
oftler r., following in the rear of the last
officer on each it ink.
"The remainder of the eerrmonr Is ex
idaiiicd on isigis :t.v and .l." letter A.
tJ. .. Dir. y.i. 1:
I' I of i lin ers ol the general staff st street
parade In reganl to this iiielion the l.ieu-tenaut-f
icneral coiiiiuandiug the army de
tides as (olio. .:
"Klrccl par ide are not preecrihed In tac
tics or regulation-anil rule, are lalddnw n
for them. Tiny are, however, c.iahlishcd hy
"On account of the width of the onlinary
Itres Is. the iki.Iii n i f the .taff rri rilx d
in (mtngMpli Hi", p.igi l.'il, liifunln l'a Ins,
. ini.i.ild and w the is i aloii i a ' ere
monlal one, the ssilion pres. riln-d in puia
gra'di Vtl. I. iiiapplicahie.
""rii opinion i (pressed hy Oen. llsnrncg
Is correct, and the.talT in this rase should
march a. in rcriew psrarrapli Hl MM
SArV," le tter lo Commanding n. i I h
partnient ol .lie Ka .1, August J, INH
Color llrarer At dress pcredc of regi
ment, white the huttalioti is .landing at "pa
rade rest," il I. the practice for tlie color
Iwari-r to remove tie -tall from the .-l.ct
ml rest the end iiion tlie.miiiit. At ail
"order arm." and "psrade rest" th color
bearer t. I.. - .-illn with the . taft. nearly
as prat licalde, the same a. the soldier doe.
with hi. rifle Ia'IUt A. G. , Man h Id,
Press iarade for the throe arm. roinliu-e
not allowahlf. QltSSfion I take It (list
brigade dress si rude ol the three arm. i. not
Intruded; II il i- allowaldr. however, would
not ragr.iph K l'l govern III the fnrinstloiiT
Answer "No ilrrs. pirade is prewrihtil
for the three arms united and ought mil to
M." (,leciloii i Io n. I'ptun.l
Itress Parade lor llri.de of Infantry -Question
In formation for hrigule dress
p. I (line of nises if Iwtlalloiis are
drought to 'pin i r. -' should colonels com
mand 'guides' mis?' See p ige iij, last n.ir
graph. Taking imragraph 3 in eonms imii.
It seems to me the sdjiil.uil general slmuld
five the miiinaiil. Am I rlghlf '
Answer "II the forinstlou for drewi pa
ntile is in line ..f iiinsv - the adjutant n. i il
should coiuia uid guides msts,' then list
Ulion. alleniioti. lull tn-ar in mind that hy
last s.rat rapli. pad' il remains optional
Willi tin gi .a ml ulnlirr the Isstlalions in
their first forniallnu i. rr ssrmiltcd to eonie
ki 'place rest.' " (Ik. i inn nf liru. Upton.
The follow ing visitors were registered at
the (Tnekawiw titianls' Armorv during the
wo k I rank 1111, I. litis Rook; ('apt. f. K.
Mi ids. Ilirniinghaui, Ala.: K. 41. Cutter,
Nashvilit, Tenn , J. VV. Carter. Owenshnro,
h T. II. King. Iliowu.ville, Tenn . lr. A.
V. Warn, llo.lllc. Tenn.; I. M II II.
Join-stow n. Mis..: J. V. Knight, l. J. While
sides, New York; T. It Kislier. Ik lis, T. nn .
W.D. Williamson. Mason, Tenn.; W "
Moore, Oil Trough. Ark.; J. it. Anderson,
ft. Iuils Mo : J It llrown. Coal Hill. Ark ;
Jas. Moore, Oakland. Miss ; J. T. lorn II.
Oram Osatls, Ind . J. K Mulheuv, Knot
tile. Tesai . I.. K llrown. New V-rk. It M.
Illaki more. Medford, Ark.: U 0 Christen
sen, St. Isiiiis. I.leul. Hold W. Kowdv. Kort
Do. II. W. Ituntii. Covington; M K. Oil
christ. I'iiim, Miss.; J. H. Hyliigtoli. New
York. W I' II0111I1..11. Soim r ille. linn.
Mis. Perry Coltee, Miss Fsnnie Uiwrsuce,
Miss Psul'lii. Kravser. Mis. Sallle Oallowav,
Mix Mssie Msvdwell, Miss Ih tile lMiney,
Miss Sallle looneY, Mis. Msrv HlllMin,
Memphis: Miss kiltie I. lUrlleld Id,, lev
SHIRTS IsLJlJDHj TO ORDER
Tenn.; Mis Mary Lee Want, Louisville,
Kv.; Mrs. Iliville (I. SereoinlH-, Oreencaslle,
Miss.; Mrs. C. II. Mav.hvell. Mrs. W C
Nelson, Mrs. A. IL Kortreelit, Mrs. S. J.
Shepherd, Mrs. P. 11. Hryson, Mrs W II.
Catchlngs, Mrs. W. C. Childestcr. Mr-, c. 1,
C'uhh, Mm. Henry ('. Wilson, Mrs. K. Lip
pincotl, Mrs. Itobl. Armour, Mrs. J. T. Ken
Tits Motilgoinery fluanl. put up a
splendid drill lust night at the Merchants'
Zouaves armory. A number of ladies were
present and expressed themselves enthusi
a li ally in praise of the prollciency di.
playisl by the youngest of our military com
jisnies. Tin Junior Institute Cadets drilled on
Monroe si reel Kriday night, near the Pea
bodv, and put up' a drill that would do
credit to some of the older companies. Capt.
Tom Owen, was in command.
Till Merchants' Zouaves will give a lull
dress drill in front of the Pcsbody Monday
night in compliment to Lieut. liowdy. of
the l' ni led State. Army, w ho Is their guest.
Mii.itasy companies are having great
trouble getting their equipments st Nush
riUa, What is the nisttcr with the Adju
tant lieneral's ofHceT
TWM Chick, were out Ttie.dsy night. In
the ahsi-nce of i apt. Hurry Alien, Oen.
Came, was in command and put the boy.
Cait. IIi:.ry Lybn, of the new Montgom
ery Ousrds, is i pi ud boms to -morrow
Tiitar is sn improved attendance at- the
drill, of the Hehorr Kotiaves.
Tun Merchant.' Zouaves have ordered a
new headdress. Thanks.
TUB QHEAT WESTKKN CLOTHINO
II AHstT OOaWi Proprietor,
Ho. s'i Wain Ntreel. So. Tt9.
Ilni jast received one of the largest and
most complete, stocks of Spring (.Totlilng
over brought to Ilia city, which will bo
offered at such prices as to rr vilutiontze
tho (.'lothing Trade of Memphis.
Everybody desiring a superb fitting Suit
of Spting Clothing should call ami exainino
litis In.: Stock, containing all of tlio
talU styles, design and colors.
Harry Cohn is ono of the oldest and
best Clothing Merchants in the Smth. and
every suit of clothes aold by him is guar
anteed to be just ss represented.
Hi. slock of Cndcrwear, Socks, Hand
ken In els, Collars, Cuffs anil Cravats, is
simply gigantic, and are mat ked at driv
An inspection of this attractive stock
will insure (ireat Haiguins to all desiring
Aral-class goods at rock bottom prices,
Till: tilt I. AT WMTtkJI 1T.OTHIM4J
Urn. 33 w.ln Mlreet.
KA1IN Sc FKBIDEKQ.
IS, 171, 17 Mala klreel.
le Hate Too Mnsiy U .mtm
And slill they come.
I i nest Hreas Oinghsms, 7e a aid.
Ileal Apron liinghstns, 4ir.
Houble lied I lulled s ting. l'J)c a vrl.
64 inch Hulled sheeting, Klc.
Fine Spring Kuleen 11' yard, lor $1.
4A nick sll wool spring Hnsss tiooils, 20c,
wortli 4Uc a yurd.
akora. sii... . tohas.
Ijidicsflno kid button Shoes, f 1.50.
Ladies' lineal Kruiich kid button Shoes,
."..'.. worth H
Misses linn kid tipped butlon Shoes,
SI.IV cln-ap ut $Z
lidnt. line kid ( o tigress, fl.SO.
lnlanls' Hue kid button Shinss. 'J.VT
Children's lipjied bullon school Sh s,
Misacs' finest luitton calf Nlns, ILIA.
Men's best lined and bound Shoos, L
Men's beat cull Shoesi, all stvles, 'J.
Ikivs' bissl base ball shoes, Ms?.
Itegular $' men's caM Shoes, tX
While writing Ibis sdverliaement we re
ceived from auction by espresa ladies'
t. nest beaded capes al ol Ihnir value.
Our stock is lull of bargains.
Our Mr. Kahn is attending auction sales
Wewust B.-I1 Hie gorsls.
KAHN a FKETBXB3,
larsier Main ami Poplar SI reel..
. MMrkell n. ...... s
For all grades and styles of Kiirnittirc,
Carpets, Mugs, Shades and flaby huggies.
Fos a aTt M Stiring Sail go lo
i. ItosKMsraiN A llso.,
Second snd Jetleraon Sta.
Cax't read al night go lo Thayer's.
Absolute Closing Auction Sale of the MEACHAM FORT PICKERING
SUBDIVISION WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1889, at 11 A.M.
This property is high, well drained and healthy; has Graveled Streets, Gas
and Water and near Street Car Line, and within one block of the
projected Motor Line and the terminus of the Belt Line.
117 Choice Lots and 1 Elegant Residence Unsold, which will be closed
without limit or reservation to the highest bidder.
Fine Dinner. Music by Arnold's Brass Band. Take Shclbv Street Car
Line or Free Busses, Corner Main and Madison Streets,
from 10 to 11 A.M.
One-Tenth Cash, Balance 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Years, 6 Per Cent. Interest
Discount tor Cash. Title Perfect. Everybody Invited to Attend.
T. J. MCCARTHY & CO, Auctioneers.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPFEN
IS THE VERY Ill IIHIH
a. i en.
Kn I. RMlSMSa l.lkely to Appear nt Any
lime lorewarnrd Is Forearmeil.
Every family is eonslantly .urrntitided
by disaaHc-biiieding agenenm. In the
water they drink, tho uir they breathe, and
Ihe food thoy eat, are ever lurking the
germs thai only need a favorable lodgment
to develop into feveiT, into consumption,
into a Ibousiind and one diffcriMil diseases.
No luinily, tberoforo, can atford to be with
out i'e-ru nu, lji-cu pi-a and Man a-lin,
the three gnat family inrdiciues, without
which no household Is over sale, with
which no household need have the slight
est fear or anxiety. No better testimony
on this point could lie asked than that
voluntarily offered, without nny solicita
tion whatever, by Mr. Amos I'eucc, ol St.
i'uiis, (. Mr. Police lias a luinily, and,
like every other family, it is subjected to
ills of all sons. Now he himself would
be down with something, now his wife,
now one of Ihe children. Finally he de
termined to adopt the sensible advice eon
tamed in Dr. Hurtiiiau's "Ills ol Ufa.
sent free to suffering mankind by the Pe
ruim Medicine .Company, Coluiiil.ii, O,
He laid in u good stock of Pe-ru-ns, La-cu-pi-a
nnd Man-a liu. And what wits
the result? Keud his own words: "I have
used ull of your medicines, nnd hcy are
the best we ever hud in the family. They
will do all they are recommended lo do.
1 httvo used the l'o-ru-na and La-cu-pi-a,
and my health is belter now than it has
been for years. Any one doubling the
virtues ol these remedies can i m n . pond
with me at St. Paris, Ohio." Higln i
praise could certainly nut lie given am
medicine. Tho diseases in which I'e-rii-na
is found so efficacious are lung troubles
of every kind, malaria, typhoid and all
other levers, disfSncs of the heart, stomach,
kidneys and liver, neuralgia, diphtheria,
lutiisv, colic. diarrhi-a, ague, erysipelas
and ail female Inmbu-s. The di-.-..-. ....
successfully cured by I al eu pi-.i are
chronic cutairh, chronic rheumslism,
scmlula, chronic ulcers snd IiIimmI diseases
of all kinds. W hile Maii-a lin proves just
the thing for constipation, biliousness,
pins ami as a general system regulator.
With remedies thai will cure Hu m' thin
great classes in the house, what family
need not lecl secure? Try thorn yourself
You cuii buy them of soy druggist (or II
a. nlnger ..
No. 2.0 Minn street, culls the attention
of hi. patrons and the public to his choice,
well select slock ol Spung nnd Sii ter
(toods. Oentlemeu call rely on peifect
Ills at reasonable prices.
WanwNi.and engagement rings; Thayer's
Call st A. Sjlbcrberg's. 402 Main street,
snd examine his bcsulilul and large stork
ol msnlela. winch surpass anything ever
aren in Memphis.
rmxH BlUJMBsTt iitn him
Are tironotinceil by all to U Ihe grnndcsl
lAlios who have alresdy inspected the
good, .av tbev are the prettiest and most
srtiatic display Ibey have ever seen.
Never liefore have we shown so manv
rich a id eleanl grsMbl a. we do this sc.
Sill, mid never ladore were grssls offered
so clieup as we i.ie ottering them now.
Subduing our own enihu.iasm over our
aii K-r I display, we will prm isvl lo enu
merate a lew ol the beautiful things you
msy tind at our store.
Ijuliea, if you want lo satiate your
brain with novelties come lo our store.
We never reuieiiils-nd a season when
every thing wssso dainty and artiMie.
Hi' huve s llltle liirban that is lust loo
lovely. Turbans, little, round, low
crowned ones, are to be extremely fash
ionable. Well, the little love of ours is of
goldi'ii I strsw, with the brim of velvet.
T han a double bow of the prettiest Freln h
novellv riblsm, surmounted with a lovely
We also hs ve a sweet green hat; ills s line,
soli grayish green wheat, and It has a big
brim, somewhat like nn F.mpire in front,
but it is slashed up in the back. It is
faced with s lovely golden-green Isce ami
would look ehariiiing over your bsngs,
and then the crown is just covered with a
msas of French flowers, mingled with a
hsl i n. in. i .1
lOOdosen lino hrsid., fsnry edges, in
cluding sll the leading shapes, in all
colors, your choii-e lor only 60c.
IT M Until Mlrrel. Nrmpkls, Irss.
TP)? T P 300x386 Fceti
H VIV Oril extending from
jL Wright avenue on the cast to LaRose
street 011 the west, and known as the Judge
Wright place. This property is handsomely
improved. The house, a two-story brie k of nine
rooms, together with stables, carriage-house and
servants' rooms, in thorough repair. The im
provements are surrounded and faced by a beau
tiful lawn and grove of forest trees. Convenient
to street cars. Retired and delightful residence
property; away from the heat and dust of the
city yet within the city limits. If not sold as a
whole within next twenty days this property will
be subdivided and sold at auction. Cio .ind in
spect property. Take Hernando streetcar line,
or the Second street green line c.irs.
Al l I N & FINLEY, 16 tyadison St.
Wo have purshasod tho ontlrn luialnrsa tmi Mod v ill of .1 A.
FOKKEST St CO., who have beun at tho liourl cil t .. lo0i 11
mlHaion and Fseil bOsUMI In Momphl. fcr the pa ft twontjr-flv)
yearn. 1 ho buslm-an men of Memphis and vlnidn't y, mid plan tors)
ftom tho Hiirrouiullutf country, will And it to their Inioru t 10 pat
ronleo our firm.
BEDFORD, SMITH S CO
61 to 73 Monroe Street M( mphis.
N. B -Liberal ad vanoos made on oonsltrmn n it . 1 10k, and
hipping bualneaa 10II1 iti d.
LOOK HERE FOR SALE.
Prepsrstorv to rsmovtng to thcli nrsy location on Union
Strttt, thst vary dssirabls location and les.cho d, .115 to
310 Second Sttcst, nor occupied by ths Lilly Csnlsga
Compsny, Is offered lor ssle, s ther ss sn snttiely or suh
divided. An essminstion ol ths premises is invited. Cstl
st ths office.
IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN
W. Mske Loans All Pnncipal Payable In KIVK Yeais. with Intsiesl psysbls st
end of esch yssr. Or, on FIVR-VEAK Psrtlsl I'syment plan, hy which ths bor-
tower isn pay his losn w.thoul rswinf toe hesvl.y on one crop. Ons sdvsntsce
aflOiaCd IS thai .11 alt rmanlaa.a - .... u i . .7
- .... mciiipni. oiucs anu can nsvs in.
personal sttentlon ol ths buuowsr.
Colonial and Doited Stales Mortgage Co.
N. F. LeMASTER, Manser. 231 MilnSt. M .in.ihis. T in
) "i " m
I lis Plns.t
Tonic for Invsllds,
Mullins & Yonge,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 370 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
NEW STEAM LAUNDRY
0::0 NEW TURKISH BATHROOMS
MARCH 31, 1880.
MISS., ARK. and LOUISIANA
Mslt Bevsr.KS snd
LEE BROS. & CO.
w RITE Wi
R.L. Cochran Co.
BA W AND PLANINO MILL, K A V Y - 1 a HI)
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lnth and Snrnxlofi, Floorlnar. Colllnu and Cedar Post.
kli. OK cTiAiai 9b go.
!,, isHMB rMmln8 To9ls
cum- v iflk tM "
'. I T
"LOWS, fcssi vkSi. rOIMfAtVMCI
'- H 0 ONAIO CO. M4.is.is. TINS. . ,
I -.1 l-s.
FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
2-10 FilONT HFIlBfiT, .... MKMI'IIIH, TENN.
IH I KItKM M li.svis ll.ss. Hi. a or ('.nmiis'i, It ii lira k Co US,
We arc DiasflufiaCturen.'
agents for Milliard Tables
and equipnieiitsV Mar fixt
ures a specialty. Sporting
oculs of all kinds. Wo
can supply you at short no
tice .it bottom prices. Ta
Mis exchangea Write to
lis tor prices.
CONVHRSK & COOK,
Ofllc. suit Mill 1 ar J PsllSI.,
yie) Main st., Memphis, Tenn
J, F. HOLST & BRO.
isuicssscn to 0. U. IIOUT a BRO 1
h cINEKAL DIRECTORS
HAI I. Ill MO VKII TO
No. 330 1-2 Second St., Momnhls
SB-A f.ill n.t si-ipi'i nark W.wvi . ,1
tslla-i .sm sn.l I'aak.u. cloife car.iwl luk'U and
1 ..mi. Iiwl Otdsii 1 1 M .(US
Hubsaribe lor the Momphla Wookly
Appoitl. 91 por year.
OILS, RAILWAY AND MILL
Leather ami liii'ii ll.diln. Manilla sia.i
lar 1 I a ij Win Hope, Tse.le Blocks, Hub-
Hi , l(u . .1 1.1 , n. 1 ... ripe, .Sle.ni
tiliRs I'll. r.lllBS. I. .I'll I r. Ii.nralom
sii m riiiilPs A an r ilin gfs r. t Wi.s'a
I'd Ii. IW Tsr, Rnsdi. 1 ..I Tar R0..1I111
I'ipr, ltoi'..ig rainis Tarred p..w M.iT
l-auips I'lilnts, VarniaaSS, ilru.liss, aul
es. Minn, th.it ., Mia . Cfc
l.'ACTI' 1 ' 1 ;
iH PRK IE ;
f r a
C. O. P.
I' ' ITT
1 a .ii 1
' . ' . '.i.i
WMvantod Free From Hog Fat
B.ONv M C AL.
r..r.Nl AM. '.nm 1 i.s ... i..r iinuiratai
"Some Tiiiaai About I rd "
THE COTT01 OIL PRODUCT CO., 1. T.
F.W BRODE & CO.
33a MOV! B.nra ',
Bt-MI'Mta. . . a . . tlWH.
- tt 1 Ik M
MERCHANTS OF MEMPHIS.
WI WILL FILL ORDERS POA
AS LOW AND AS OOOO
AS ANY HOUUL IN AMERICA
o a- n ' KOOND B SB1T. m
41-43 V MONK( )E V.BTRElT.
CiVLLH AN D DEL1 i:jilES PBKB.